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Thought we could condense the Eclipse Cross availability into one thread and get a list of where it's on sale.
The latest country is Singapore, which is the first country in Southeast Asia to launch the new Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross. They only offer it with one engine, the 1.5 litre turbocharged four-cylinder unit.
 

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Some people have been told to expect arrivals around mid March while others have been told May. Seems to vary from region to region. Really like what I'm seeing with the Diamond trim and that seems to be exclusively available as an online preorder. Anyone on here go for that edition?
 

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It might be possible that some asian countries get these before we do. Anyone interested in seeing that play out should look for dealers in Taiwan and the rest of that region of Asia. Once they get deliveries we won't be too far off.
 

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Best car, I ever had...and I had many...Audis, Mercedes, Toyotas, Nissans and VW....and those were not the cheap versions.
Will go on a lengthy drive this weekend and will post thereafter.
 

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After 4000kms on NZ Roads I am very impressed with the road-holding and the steering response. There is very minimal road-noise inside the car. The seats are very comfortable, although there is no lumbar-support adjustment. The engine is very responsive and the power is more than one would expect from a 1500cc engine. It is also very happy with 91 octane fuel...so there is no engine ping under load whatsoever. The fuel consumption is +/- 8.5 ltrs/100kms in mixed town/country driving .
I think, the Eclipse Cross is very well assembled and everything works as it should. We are very satisfied and happy with our car.
 

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Great review Markus! Feel like Mitsubishi is one of those underrated brands even though they have some great cars in their lineup, now more so than ever with the Eclipse Cross. I think lumbar support can be fixed with one of those back cushions you can get off amazon or Ebay.
 
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